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Just installed chrome 4.0.245.0 on a brand new machine, and it insists I should use the localized ui. Whenever I try changing the ui language (Or even just open the language selector pop-up), it crashed on me.

Is there an easier way to change the language "from outside"? I saw there is a command line "--lang", but I couldn't get it to work. Anyone here knows the trick?

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Consider upgrading to the latest one: dl.google.com/chrome/install/266.0/chrome_installer.exe – alex Dec 16 '09 at 10:17
    
Yeah, the issue was solved since then by a simple upgrade. Thanks. – Noam Gal Dec 20 '09 at 14:15
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Well, I ended up downgrading to the previous version, changing the ui language, and upgrading again.

used FileHippo to get a previous version easily.

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